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Experts Analyse the Raoul Moat Hero Cult

Posted by veronicaleigheu in 14th Jul 2010 Tagged in , , , ,

Jul 13 2010 by Laura Caroe, The Journal

“HE shot dead an innocent man and blasted two others.

Yet Raoul Moat, who sparked one of Britain’s biggest manhunts while leaving a trail of devastation behind him, has become a cult hero.

Thousands of people have joined websites and forums after it became evident that the former bouncer hated the police.

Yet his ability to evade the authorities who were trying to hunt him down and the tragic circumstances in which it all ended, became a symbol for all those who wanted to rebel against law and order.”

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Veronica’s comment:
Why are people so surprised at this? Revenge is not going to help, because law and order are doing the same crime that the criminal has committed. Of course, they usually have the support of the whole society; so nobody calls their punishment a crime however this time thousands of people are expressing exactly how they feel.  Punishment helps to create more criminals. The imprisoned people, they are in the millions now, are just getting training.  Jails are universities for criminology. Inmates begin to study crime and criminals, most of the time they are unaware. They start of as an amateur and end up a professional as they learn from the very best, they can’t wait to get out and try out what they have learned, the real crime is when they are caught, as once again they are back inside this time becoming masters of criminology. As far as I am aware there is no system in our prisons that teach self-awareness, if there was, the world would be a very different place.  Commune’s could be set up, whatever crime they did, perhaps they were unconsciously doing it, not knowing what they were really doing and why. We could help them clean their unconscious, we could make them more aware, we could clean them, we could give them a new birth a new way of living, once they have a solid basic foundation they can become creative. Creativity has something to do with the quality of your consciousness. Whatsoever you do can become creative if you know what creativity means.  The new amateurs that arrive will become professionals and Masters in self-awareness not crime. This is the only way forward as far as I am concerned however the law, courts and the majority of society live the unaware life too!!!